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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 26, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta ^^^^ VOLUME VI. TEN PAGES - Lethbrid^e; Alberta. Wednesday, Febniary 2(> 1913. PRICE-FIVE CENTS Number 65 DEMONSMTION F NOWREVEN ARE f mm Mr. Marshall Makes Most Gratifying Statement to House-Mines Act in Committee Bdmoriton, Alta., Feb. 25.-For the first' time, thia sesslou, the Leglsla-turi^: Mached! the' committee of the �whQl,6 stagre this.afternoon; the House going.Into commlttoe or the whole on the^j�i8e8'":Act;; and'an act respecting small dralQaiie scbopitf.. Hon. d;ft.';Mttc,h9ll, Minister of Public �'A'orkB,' h'ad.cha^e of both measures, but not much progress was miade �with the Mines'Aot;' Charles O'Brien, Jiiember for Rocky Mountain, stated that he would haVe^ aonie amendments tQ' propose, and he; asked that consideration , Uberal members showed a dlslnelln-.ivj^tloni to further, adipurn, the debate; A.i^ithout having'the.amendment before' ..thaHou'de, out U was agreed that'.Mr.; '. Tw^edle would be given till tomorrowij 'fo^lprlBp ii Jil.8 amendlnent. ^ - -* 'lira), Charles Stewart moved* tlte' � �e(jpf^(f fadingHe; , remajSfcftii tbaC tho Jfehaiiges, as coiUr; -"- .pared~,wljji�,the old Village ^ct, gavel, the vJliai;4 increased WoVrowlng''poM �r��'.^nd Ifibreaie^a pavi^e^ f^^nilyl TJnderithe old.-Village Aojtf the vW lages -jvere only'^empowerefl to borrow: ..up t^ a sum of :$4iO,00; the new act gave' them power to borrow up to the  full ten per cent; pt, their assessmorit. � The methods by which money borrow- � ed,co\ifd,be expended; were-fairly well, defined In. the aotv.. The tax rate.limlt was: fixed- at 20 mills! a uniformvrate for isobool.taxation �would be -estaib- ���� llsh^(ilrbetween'.the-Towns Act, Hural .iMuiilqlpall^lesiAct^ and the Village; Act. Amendments would be made to "the:.Towr^svAot;coyer� soma ot the points which it was desirable sboiUd undergo'.8om6^^alt�TIr. Hoadley,^ was ' ^?498,721, ' Jhla Includes site, worif dfttte'on grounds, construction of ^ , ' h'eatlagt* fu'in^l fromftho power plant to .paklefmahtvbulldlrigi power plant, and'Seventh street brldj-matfld cQfltjof compJeUng iyay?''"' Hop;-Duncan Marsha :- 'Z^WrldBf.i'ajC.ticiueiitil^ 'Pattffson; of Mao^od, stated that tjie ? ? standard oh., MAQWATE DEAD Palm Beach, Pla.i Feb. 2B.- James A. Moffatt,.president ol the Standard Oil Co.,, of. New Jerrsey, died here today after a. brief Illness. He was born.^ln Parkersburg, W. Va. : ' fire caused u088 of life Atlanta, Ga., Feb. 2G.;~One fireman and two policemen liurt, one probably fatally, and several inmates, reported missing, believed to be burled in the ruins of a building whlcb. collapsed at Whitehall and Trinity streets here today. Two firemen also are unaccounted ioT, and are believed to be under the debris. ..... HELP TURKEY OUT they will not assist turkey IN the retention of adrianople . C'onstantinopJe, Feb. 2G.-The mis^ sion to London of Ibrahim Tlakki Pasha on behali of the Ottoman government has failed. His object was to persuade the powers to support the claim! of 'rurkey to the retention ot Adrlanople. He was, bDwever, unable to prevail upon the' \powers to accept the Porte's note as a basis for fresh peace negotiations, and he had no authority to eo beyond the proposals contained in that document. Although some members of tbe Turkish cabinet are in favor of peace the war element shows no tendency to-weaken its attitude. Military operations are still confined to skirmishes at various points along the front. Fighting on any extended scale is imiprobable for the present, oTving> to the inclemency of the weatter. OMPLEIERB IN ONE jE.dmontop, A>ta., Feb. 26.-The railways committee of the legislature today, considered and reported favorably to the house tbree railway bills. The Chinook railway, Brule Lake railway, and Bfow River Collieries railway. Alteration. was made in the last named-^biU stipulating that It must be completed before July lat, 1914. TO ERECT SEEKS m OUSES Municipality Would Build Houses and Rent;Them to Workingmen ~ .Edmonton, Alta., Feb.; 26.-^I*oWers to build working mens' houses and to rent and lease them .to-cltljsens"is being sought by :the city authorities of Medicine Hat in.amendments to\ the; charter now before ' the leglslaiture. .Medicine Hat Is the. first city in thte ��^yestoto.j^rqpcse-to'.gq ;lnt6''tie..hbu8e btiljd(ng business. -The city's popula-tldn"-tetr4y*>i's''estllriit^ at 12,500; and the numberi-of^wprWng peoplV among �lib^ :populaUo&?j|\ilttrge;"inen;'f"'.r? FIRE �.> 4.^ ^ � C> O � .5, 4. hurd found guilty * ? BIG TEMPERANCE 0 S Sm BOSy SLANDEl M FMMERS OF ISM CiM UNIIED SIAIES N ONE THOUJ GATHER;a1 TORONCrC TK nd delegates i\|5lSsey hall, -:-^OCAL OP-�SfcAW Calgary, Feb. 25.-Jay A. Kurd, a young realty broker, prominent socially, and well, known throughout Alberta, was-':Jound guilty today of having robbed W. J. -Harmer, deputy minister of. railways and ele-phones of $287. Sentence will b^ pronounced at the .end of the present ses-. sion of the Supreme Court. ? ? ! ? ? * > � ? � ? * TorontOi Onli^.Flfc'26;-One thousand temperance advocates filled the ground floor of Massey Hall this mornmg at; the opening session of the annual-convention of the Ontario branch: of the'-Domimon Alliance. The president,. Joseph Gibson, of Inger-soll; 'presided? � At: the hack of the platform!' was'a banner showing a record of vlctojcles.. The banner showed 502 mtmioipaUtles dry, 210 wet nnd 123 held! up, bjf /the, three-fifths re-quiromentsi ."punng the past year the expangion.bf local prohibition has been haraperet; and hindered to a more marked degree than ever before by the'three-fltths (roquirement. Three-fifth has; proveJi'|tself not only to be aJiindrance,. btfi-a positive menace to local 'pptioif'-vif^hinders enforcement and "endangerSiSpermAncnce," said the piesident. rt s c Washington, Feb. 26.-The bill to create a department of-labor with a cabinet officer at its head, passed the senate today' after less than an hour's consideration. The measure had previously passed the house, but amendment in the senate will require its perfection in conference before it is presented to President Taft. Asserted in Gommons That Reciprocity Campaign Was Used by Advocates for Purpose of Furth^ ering Interests of the United States Ottawa, Feb. 26.-R. B. Bennett is still slandering the farmers who voted for reciprocity. Here's 'what he said in his Navy speech last night, according to the Hansard report: "I sajc again, as I,did on the first day when I spoke in this Hbuse,i-can well understand the idea of men who said that reciprocity was a bad thing for the,British Empire. I say the problem is a problem in patriotism. I have lived long enough in the western country,' with its cosmopolitan pdpuia-tion toiknow that bonfires , blazed there when British arms were beaten ERMINED N REINATION Mayor Hardie Wants Him to Stick and Favors'Paying Salaries N SOi.10 SiROASM Sees Cause for Alarm in Al-berta Engaging Former * . American Teachers CHIEF HARDY WA*Nt^ ACTION TAKEN AT ONCE TO PRtt, , TECT . QTAFf^OHP , \ At the' city council n\jetlng yesterday ^ftWnoin^iti^waB decided "that etaflbrd ^-^ViJlage ,. sliould>^.*be ^ am^xad: to thV olty 'and thftt ihV new axea should be included In -the' amendmentS>v, � , . . . j , now beforet~th8 provincial legUlalu^a^tJie advisability ot accepting United. ,. X _ .t-'-x^'.A5lS+fltPB fMPiiinir certificates. What London, Feb. 26.-Truth says today : "I wonder nothing has:, yet-been -heard of the new and insidious, danger whicli Is threatening the ejn-^; 'Piroin thc' far west, possibly a' more-serious" danger than any., compierfiial teciprooity, between. Canada and:,> the �tJnIted States. r "Kms the ;iniportation: of American teachers to supply the dearth o! British teachers m Western Canada- Ontario and Quebec are drawn \tpon, English and .Scotch teachers govo^t-'. Buij. the / supply is ; far* below.:thc-,de-_: Yas pot, di�- turei exclusive of'beef eattle purchas- Inlttee will report.' 'Some time ago ed, was |10,3^^. Chief Hardy recommended that >fo 2 Fall wheat gj-Own,, on the Clares- FIte station be moved .furthec noniii holni 'demonstratjonjfarm during 1912 on 13tls St. to a point In the-vlclAIty an''ayjbr'age yield of 16 bushels of 5th or'6th avenub,�ai)^ th^t adde'd gave ,per feorej'^iile spring wheat went 4Q equipment be puroh|�?ed. fdr-t^e^riie^ bushels, called to the tar;: tide he said: . j' ' well educated: American ,?wbQ migrates into Canada becQnie9''..:thc' .Montreal, Feb. 26.-^The SUr. >, Tlie. proposed suooessoT to -. > ? * ^ time to Iowa, Minnesota and"tlifi..R;a- 'ifripce Albert. Dr. Neely, M.P,, ap-koias and nowadays their children 'p&red bbtore the minister and obiect-are jrifturninii^^to the land their Jpx-' tfo '1|h6 plans as subtnittejl, bgoause ents, left and they are^ more tQanadian jit-Va^ propijaed to run jiho lfne\ a than .those -who haveii ntVer, been conple/qt miles outsida, the town ot There wlll.be a crisis In tbs City ! Council within the next two weeks." Aid." Dr. Levering has by no means forgotten the scene in the city council chamber yesterdayj Which led to his leaving Uhe rooiii before the conclusion of the meeting,'and to the Herald this morning' stated that it was almost a certainty .that he would resign,'.: if he resigns;his seat,.there iB,;an�trp.;than a..poBpiblllty that.'Alder-t,! 'mah'iicNabf'Wlil^i^i^ Ite^ .^''''^^l* SholftJyf aJteri�Aldeman .l^vgfing left .thecine^Ing- yqBterdayj.;^hie.:.'tele-' phoned- 'the city iiali asking' &e sec-retary.-treasurervto. prepare for a bye-electlOQ, .on^'March 14, the date on wljib.h'.anotheiiijppney .bylaw is to be submitted to 'the people. He stated then that he.iwould'likely resign,; but^ would .-walttuntil today; before making a definite statement. ; ; Aboutstx. o'clock when seen by the Herald,'he.confirmed the statement, andwasthlsnibrning still in the same frame'ollsmind; "This .dissension in the council ;can-not go on any longer." ho said, tcday,; "and;i?';J^.do not resign H will.bo;against my will. _ I am sick of it. So long as the late .Alderman McCamliiy was oa the. council, we could' get alodg with atcertain degree of Imrmonyi but as soon as'he left us; J: knew that' we were.inrfor trouble.; stay at all it will only be because I wish to back tip. Mayor Hardie;-who''has tasked :nl^ to-" reconsider'my firm Intention to withdraw.''. � -:,;;;/.:;. , 'Ald'erman-�iiovering.-would ihake no c6inm.ent 6ii'' tlii^ business . tran8^;�ted yesterflayaftei'noon, but is,8tlli;:of';t opinlon'that; unless 'Wne faction or the other gains a; ppntrolUngmajprify^^^o^ the councij .board, there will lie dis-sensioh'the.whole yeftT.througjh. It was Te'ally .the question.o�;^|ylng a'Salary, to- fh^;aldei'men whicli.preci-pitated the-'^r'esent'-'break: Inthcvranks of the-council, Mayotf-Hardie is still satlsflpd that the.aldermen.should be paid, 'and-tacks upvAilde'rman Lpyer-Ing in his contention ^ He says that with the  aAount' ftf jwor.k the industrial .policy f will invdlye,'. .two meetings. : a. week, for tbe'next!two or thr^e months 'will be ,neo?Beary,>'and! he Is Inclined; to^beUevei'tlhat:' ynlfiss''^the; aldermen are*, pliid,''''they,J will not; attend, the meetings as thoy'should be attended toi,bringj:about's't.he:;heJ9t results. , ' ;r Ald^'rmaii.-ltoVerlng is firmly; con vinc�4?als'o,..tha,t' ther,e1b a. division betw.e|n  the -new ;coi)ncillors and the old, and'ilsiwaltlngL. until he.seSB.t^^^^ stand''^Ald^rmi|n;.Haipl|ton' 1^ take.: ;So;,far, Xlderi^ttUiHamilton has .shown no intention.; ofl joining Wither of the so-call^d.faotionsi hl8.;d'e.clsi.qn3 having"^ Been; aJltogetKer, unbiased. .. 'V away. t'Me audersype sERvicef' ' . iThe'irains on-tha-.A14erByds br^ttSh,; starting Monday, �*llij^ieive -li>thi brlc|6e,s.t'JrSs-ni.'aiid 1?'jj-rfl. tpi "Cal-g'ary, ^nd-leaye-Ostlgary at''8.16-i;jn'.'* arriving . I^ethbpldge at'-, ^viand; ,}8.4^,^arTlvInig^W^^ ttumboldi.................. /Slr^WitUam MacKenrio, .who was .iprfesent'to watch the .iitfjerests.'of  the; I'tfahslditai Notthexn, made th^ retoark; |t)jatvthe|C.P:R. should^4oi)oh' ^H*im- ;,/"Ji�ut'vthero right into Huiiboldt," ,hf!f said'f4'" ' ' 'v^ ^ ' I ^V.'Airji'ght,", reraar^ed Hon!' Frank 'Opcfiyanerl'ln W go.",' .^a'' . � c> ? ? * * ? *.� � * * � ? duke's future: .> movements ? London, Feb. 26.-^H.R.H. the .Duke of Connaught will, stay at Clarence House, whlch'for a long time has been his London residence, when he arrives directly afiter Basteri\ �. ; When he return's to Canada a few weeks later, tix.6 Duoliess will probably gc to Germany. ; and Sweden for a few months, > � 4. ^ ^ ?,� WESIN MAMS f c. p, R. men at winnipeg-moose jaw-calgary local |^ to go to coast in South Africa. Was not that a mat. ter ot concern? There are splendid s'etUers in Western Canada. No finer, no better m^en, who brought to bear upon the complex problems of western existence an experience and a knowledge that was equalled by any ^ other men in the world; men who have a high regard for law and freedom; m^ desirous of educating their children in right ways. But, ah, Sir, in 1911, to and fro In that great western land there were eaaisaarles who told them that one great party in this state :favored reciprocity; and reciprocity wag looked upon by the President of the United States as some thing which would bring about-what? -the absorption of Canada, and the making of it Into a commercial adjunct of the United States, and when they heard these things what did they do? "I know. For I have spoken with them; men of high intelllge'nce, who could speak their miads, and they> said to rae, 'IHt. Bennett, I am voting for reciprocity because Uncle Sam Wants It, and what he wants, I want.' "That I have.been told hundreds ot times, and I have talked with theW  In the little hamlets, and in the great towns; r have heard their sneerlng-re-;  marks at times,.after the.speech was delivered to them by these gentlemen,.' who told them, forsooth!; reciprocity ' would W a great thing.for them..' ,. V "And they have siildvto me: 'Yes, a, gr.'' srtns to commit nialicious,^d^�i^e/to-'s . property. ^ ^ ^'^iiiS .'-^ '�Hd io 1^,1,= vi,^ ..��'dv\t pe^ple.\T^4i;; .s 11 a 1,' nccessar'i-, ;to' re>wlutlonfAy,;;v?^Elate i',i ,At anothfer?nifcetlng,?sli'e' .predlfcto'cLlj? get system of^ifelating.-.t.^MWAM! penditurcs to expeoted>n>Vfitiues,.-a0|. dc<31<*re^.^that cbnghss'^*"^** ^ "--^"�'^-^ ly ben9^He4,l?y-haYin^ a st/atementj before^ it... riiial � grind upon 'a^PSff The.,Ujiit^d;' States!^ wro.te^'was, tihe5,onJp| the; Wld whiPh.vtlj*'-^ 'get;:, systetn, \'m^m ',5^fc^t6:th^,^.at4^ ablej-tp: twrjssnj X, rife'fiVftmltlen^isl^ 74 62 10 018? 89 32 00765699 ;